Study shows positive vascular effects of mango intake in postmenopausal women
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  June 15, 2018  
  Women's Health  
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 Study shows positive vascular effects of mango intake in postmenopausal womenStudy shows positive vascular effects of mango intake in postmenopausal women
A new study conducted at the University of California, Davis found that two cups of mangos a day had beneficial effects on systolic blood pressure among healthy postmenopausal women.
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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder which may present in different ways, and affects about 5-8% of women of reproductive age in the USA.
   Uterine Artery Embolization: Technique and ComplicationsUterine Artery Embolization: Technique and Complications
Uterine bleeding has always been a major concern when talking about women’s health - whether it occurs during or after childbirth, as part of overly heavy menstruation, or following surgery on the uterus. Uterine fibroids have contributed to a large share of this condition.
 Post-menopausal Conversations: Why You Should Talk to Your Clinician
Post-menopausal Conversations: Why You Should Talk to Your ClinicianMany post-menopausal women shy away from discussing their sexual health with their physician, often because they believe it is a natural part of life and they should suffer. Dr. Mickey Karram wants to change that, by encouraging women to talk to their physician about the treatments available to them.
 What is Sheehan's Syndrome?
What is Sheehan's Syndrome?Sheehan’s syndrome is a condition in which the pituitary gland suffers necrosis after severe postpartum hemorrhage, which occurs in almost a third of such cases. It is named after Harold Leeming Sheehan who first characterized it. The condition is most commonly observed in the poorer regions of the world where women are most likely to suffer from severe hemorrhage following childbirth, and it often occurs at home.
 What is Hysterosalpingography?
What is Hysterosalpingography?Hysterosalpingography (often abbreviated as HSG) is a diagnostic imaging technique used primarily in the investigation of female infertility. It has been in use for a hundred years, with the first one having been performed in 1917.
 Diabetes in Men versus Women
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